Peace Walk, Vigil To Remember Victims Of Gun ViolenceA candlelight vigil is scheduled in Southfield to remember police officers and others slain by gun violence.
Motorcade Travels Across Detroit To Protest ViolenceIn 2012, then-Detroit Mayor Dave Bing proclaimed the 22nd of each month as "No Violence Day in Detroit."
'Thou Shall Not Kill Motorcade' Planned To Protest Violence In DetroitThe procession will feature multiple hearses, with victims' families following behind.
Detroit Gallery Sells Art Made From Confiscated Guns [VIDEO]Next time you're at Eastern Market, browse the showroom at Detroit Wick.
Obama Unveils Presidential Plan To Cut Gun Violence“This is not a plot to take away everybody’s guns,” Obama said in a ceremony in the East Room.
Gunfire Detection System Aims To Reduce Violent Crime In DetroitDetroit last year started using the ShotSpotter system to help officers pinpoint where shots are being fired.
Judge Calls For Action Against Gun Violence During 'Walk For Hope' Silent MarchBefore the "Walk for Hope" silent march around a neighborhood near Six Mile and Livernois, U.S. District Judge Terrence Berg stood using one of his crutches due to the gunshot wound in his leg that he suffered during an assault.
Study: Michigan Ranks 3rd For Number Of Black Residents MurderedMichigan has been ranked near top of the list in a grim statistic: the numbers of black residents who are slain.
Detroit Police Chief, Gracing Cover Of NRA Magazine, Defends Stance On Right To Bear ArmsThe article titled, "A Show of Courage In Detroit," comes following at least five fatal shootings in two months involving homeowners protecting themselves from intruders.
CDC: More Using Guns To Commit SuicideThe rate of suicide by gun has increased in recent years, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Guns In Your Home: A Statistical Accident Waiting To HappenOver 70 percent of the time a minor is killed by a gun, the gun used was housed in that minor's own home.
Study: Murder Top Cause Of Death For Young Black MenA new study reports that if you add up all the deaths due to suicide, accidents, and disease -- homicide is still number one.